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Summary

  1. Game called off at 18:40 GMT without a ball being bowled
  2. Fourth ODI begins on Wednesday at same ground
  3. England had won toss and chose to field
  4. Five-match series all square at 1-1

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By Matthew Henry

All times stated are UK

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  1. Download the Test Match Special podcast

    You will still be able to listen to the TMS podcast later this evening.

    It will include news of the wash-out in Grenada, interviews with both Trevor Bayliss and Chris Woakes plus reaction to England women's loss to India.

    You'll be able to download it here or from the BBC Sounds app.

  2. BreakingMATCH ABANDONED DUE TO RAIN

    Hello? Is anyone still out there.

    This third one-day international has officially been abandoned without a ball being bowled because of the rain.

    The players will return to the same ground for the fourth ODI on Wednesday, starting at 13:30 GMT.

    Grenada
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    Before my frustration boils over we're going to pause this page for a little while.

    Keep this page open on your phone or computer and we'll be back whenever there's an update, positive or negative.

    Here's hoping for some cricket soon.

    A reminder play must begin by 19:00 GMT.

  4. Post update

    I give up.

    The rain has started again. How quickly can they put a roof over this stadium?

    Test match special
  5. Post update

    The covers are coming off again. There's a chance.

  6. Post update

    Ha. That made me laugh a lot more than it probably should have.

    Excellent work.

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    SMS Message: Having a forearm like a hinged counterweight trebuchet? from Nick, Newcastle
    Nick, Newcastle
  8. Post update

    This is the current forecast for Grenada.

    It has looked like this pretty much all day but these showers keep coming in.

    Play cannot go beyond 18:00 local time.

    Weather
  9. Post update

    Ouch.

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    SMS Message: Not a winter nets story but a nets story - bowled a classic slower ball out the back of my hand to our burly number four who thumped it straight back at me and right into my plums. This just so happened to coincide with the local rugby team returning on the coach from their recent tour!! I got quite the round of applause when I eventually got back to my feet! from Mike (currently married without children) in Streatham.
    Mike (currently married without children) in Streatham.
  11. Post update

    What's the cricket equivalent of having a "foot like a traction engine"?

  12. Post update

    I was so excited when I opened this email from the great man this morning...

    Alan Partridge
  13. Post update

    At least if this game doesn't happen then we can all watch Alan Partridge together tonight.

  14. Post update

    Ha.

    You know what I'm going to say, don't you?

    The covers are coming back on.

  15. Post update

    If play begins at 15:45 GMT and there is no more rain then the match will be 42 overs per side.

  16. Post update

    It is bright-ish in Grenada. It has stopped raining but there's still plenty of cloud cover.

    I'm not getting too excited yet.

    The latest is that we'll start at 15:45 GMT.

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    Jake Bostock: Incredible how much of an impact taking Ben Stokes out of the team makes. Suddenly very short on bowling options. I think Sam Curran would be a good option to fill in if Stokes is ever missing.

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    Tim Peach

    BBC Sport in Grenada

    Who do you reckon this chap is supporting?

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  20. Post update

    Aaaaaaaand the covers are coming back on.

    Frustrating doesn't come close.

    Meanwhile, I still can't see a cloud outside our office window.